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Odd scam email from moredigital.com

2012-06-27 , ,

Received an odd email reads like some kind of link scam. That it came through the forwarder my domain registrar provides me for my DNS contacts is suspicious:

Hi Ross,

We recently contacted you regarding advertising for one of our clients.

We pay an annual fee to you as soon as the advert is live. It is a straightforward process and we work with you to make sure we fit naturally with your site. Please let me know if you are interested and I’ll send you more details.

Would you be interested in selling us a simple text based advertisement on your website Lonsteins.com?

Best regards,
xxxxxx xxxxx
xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.com

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This e-mail message is strictly confidential. It is intended solely for the person or organisation to whom it is addressed and contains confidential or privileged information. If you have received it in error, please notify ####@###########.com immediately and destroy this e-mail and any attachments. You must not disclose, copy, distribute or take any action in reliance on this e-mail or any attachments. Views or opinions presented in this e-mail are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of More Digital.

More Digital does not accept liability for any data corruption, interception, unauthorised amendment, viruses and delays or the consequences thereof relating to this or any other email. Any e-mail or attachment is opened at your own risk.

To help protect you, this email (ID-##########) was scanned for viruses by Norton AntiVirus.

Weird. Do a google search, it’s not a great reputation. Do they really get anyone to bite on these things?

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